Twenty Third Street Distillery launching Australia’s FIRST virtual bar
Weekend plans cancelled? No problem, we’ll meet you at the bar!
Twenty Third Street Distillery launches Australia’s very FIRST Virtual Bar so we can all enjoy Friday knock offs after a long day of working from home.
A couple of weeks into isolation and some of us are already going a little stir crazy, usually there’s plans with mates to look forward to on the weekend but with social distancing rules in place, it’s safer to stay inside. Thankfully the innovative genius’ over at Twenty Third Street Distillery are bringing the bar to the people with virtual masterclasses and tasting experiences that can be enjoyed from home.
Twenty Third Street Distillery’s Group Venues Manager, Renee Bezzina, says, “we are getting creative and adapting to the lifestyle changes that are happening around us, we want to keep people entertained and invite punters to pull up a virtual stool at the bar”.
The experiences will be streamed LIVE online and hosted by local master wine makers, distillers, mixologists, chefs and brand ambassadors.
Some of the experiences will include:
- Virtual Gin Flights
- Virtual Cocktail Masterclass
- Virtual tours of the Distillery
- Virtual Beer Flights
- Virtual Wine Flights
With plenty more experiences to be added to the list in the coming weeks.
If you’re keen to enjoy a beverage whilst learning about it, Twenty Third Street Distillery products can be purchased online at https://sippify.com.au/ with next day delivery available for Adelaide metro areas.
Alternatively, pick up options are available directly from the Distillery in Renmark or the Bar in North Adelaide.
Details about the FREE virtual experiences will be launched on the Twenty Third Street Distillery’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/23rdstreetdistillery/
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